I just got back from interop, the conference for emerging technologies that connect business – from data center to cloud to switches, servers, and software. It was an incredibly busy week. You might not have been there, but the “dessert first” part of the story is all of the articles that came out of the […]
“If you measure the wrong thing, and you reward the wrong thing, don’t be surprised if you get the wrong thing.” — Lee Copeland Lee’s talk is about 34 minutes and challenges how the typical company does software testing. It’s a good watch, and it’s free.
Something to read while I am on vacation … Tom DeMarco’s Clasic, Excellent, Famous Essay “Why Does Software Cost So Much?” Update: I am creating a new label (or “tag”) for this post, titled “Software Engineering Classics.” As I add links to these classic articles and books, you will be able to search for “Software […]